To grow figs in a hot and humid climate, you should go with the closed eye fig cultivators. Those usually handle the high humidity and rain well, meaning they will not split easily. With that said- even the variants that have tight/closed eyes, will eventually split during extended period of a very heavy down-pour, meaning when the fruit is about to be ripened.
One excellent candidate is the LSU Blk. and O'Rourke (I know it's not a dark variant but, you can not go wrong with this variant. Been growing the true O'Rourke for several years- it has never soured or splitted. Same thing with my UDG). Italian Blk. is a good choice as well, but it will split after a heavy down pour.